Madonna will also not be awarded attorneys fees for her lengthy court battle.
Madonna has lost a nearly three-year-old legal battle against her Manhattan co-op over a rule that requires her to be physically present in the $7.3 million pad when any of her family members or staff are there.
The Queen of Pop sued Harperley Hall on West 64th Street and Central Park West in April 2016, two years after the board changed the building rules to say that her children and domestic help cannot live in the unit unless she herself is “in residence” at the time.
“Plaintiff is a world-renowned recording artist, performer and singer who is constantly on world tours,” the “Like a Prayer” singer argued in court papers.
But Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Gerald Lebovits was not swayed. He first ruled in September 2017 that she missed a legal deadline to challenge the rule.